Below is my own entry for this challenge:
What do you think of when your read the color YELLOW? When I think of the color, the thought of the summer sun filtering through lush green leaves that stretch out into an expansive deep blue sky comes to mind. I think of the way the sand radiates warmth against my skin or the tang of lemonade as it refreshes me on a hot day. Colors are more than a visual. They can morph into sensory triggers. A touch, taste or memory of something that lingers in the back of your mind. So, today when you express yourself using this color - in whatever form it takes - think of what it represents to you and then explore. In the end, you might be surprised as to what comes out.
A little inspiration in the form of a photo mosaic courtesy of Flickr:
1. Yellow Rose - IMG_8490, 2. Yellow, 3. yellow 2, 4. guthrie theater yellow room minneapolis, 5. Yellow Pear Tomatoes 012, 6. Yellow Earth, 7. yellow river, 8. Yellow, 9. Yellow Pepper Redone, 10. Yellow sunshine, 11. Yellow multitude, 12. Yellow tulip quintet - Subtle changes, 13. Yellow is a smile, 14. yellow strings, 15. Yellow Wagtail 110418-081, 16. Yellow Fever
I find that yellow isn't a color I see with frequency lately in the land of art journals but look at how vibrant they are when used:
Page by Irmute at Flickr
or how they add the right amount of "pop" to a simple yet lovely spread:
Page by Lady Reynolds at Flickr